Earth Wind & Ocean
About Earth Wind & Ocean
Earth Wind & Ocean is Luxury self catering holiday house in a private natural reserve in George, Garden Route, South Africa. Tucked away on the cliffs overlooking the Indian ocean.
With a 180° ocean view, a large deck and a swimming pool, the 3-room (en-suite bathroom) homes are the perfect size for a family getaway or haven where friends can catch up.
Situated mere minutes from the city of George, visitors are pleasantly surprised by the absolute tranquillity of the untouched surroundings that surround the residences here.
The open plan living space leads straight into nature through big sliding doors. The interior is beautifully modern, but not clinical at all – it is warm and inviting with a colourfully South African twist. Natural light and spectacular ocean views perfectly frame hundreds of hash tag moments.
The fullly-equipped kitchen has a Counter with three bar stools, eight-seater and a plunge pool on the deck. Sun Loungers, Umbrellas. Clear view of the sea.
Safari: In the reserve, the guest could enjoy game animals, like zebra, ostrich, springbok, wild beast, tortoise and a large variety of birds.
Beach: House on the cliff with 180° sea view. Bay with beach in the natural reserve.
Golf: The Garden Route is South Africa’s golfing Mecca and within an hour, you could be able to tee off at one of 13 world-class golf courses. In a 15 mn drive area, there are 6 world class golf courses.
Family friendly: It's a 3 bedroom en-suite house, friendly for family with children, with a pool, satellite TV (DStv), Netflix, free wifi, board game and much more.
Romantic: House in a private natural reserve, with fynbos, sea view and game animals. A private bay and beach is situated in the reserve.
Covid Safety Approved: We pledge to implement a high standard of hygiene and cleaning protocols to ensure the safest environment possible for our guests. We adhere to the industry safety protocols set out by the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA).
Earth Wind & Ocean Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling